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Buddhist Sites in South India
South India boasts a number of Buddhist monument complexes, monastic institutions and viharas from where Buddhist artefacts, relics, sculptures and inscriptions have been found.
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 Forts in Mumbai
Forts in Mumbai reverberate with the valour of the Maratha warriors and the advent of European rule in India.
 Phodong Monastery
Phodong Monastery is one amongst the six most important Buddhist monasteries in Sikkim and among the best places of pilgrimage in Gangtok. The monastery houses approximately 260 monks.
 Pitalkhora Caves
Pitalkhora Caves are some of the ancient rock cut caves located at a distance of 40kms from Ellora caves. Mainly known for the sculptures these caves can be dated back to 2nd century BC. these caves can be dated back to 2nd century BC.
 Paigah Palace
Paigah Palace is a beautiful palace built by Sir Vicar-ul-Umra, one of the Paigah noblemen in Hyderabad. Paigah Palace is famous for the exquisite architectural splendour, which made it the pride in the state of Telangana.
 Udayagiri Fort
The Udayagiri Fort is a 17th-century fort that is located in Kanyakumari District in Tamil Nadu. It is located near the town of Nagercoil in the Kanyakumari District. It was founded during the 17th Century.
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